How to Apply

Application for all courses is via an online form, please see links below. The final date for submission of applications is generally late June of the year in which the course is offered.  Early application is advised as offers will be made on a rolling basis.  A limited number of applications may be accepted after the official application closing date, subject to the availability of places.

 

Applications for courses starting next August / September, 2017 are open from April 10 2017.

Postgraduate Courses

Closing dates

  • Round 1               Sunday, May 28 2017
  • Round 2               Sunday, June 25 2017
  • Round 3               Monday, August 7 2017

For application queries please contact julie.holland@ucc.ie

CourseOnline application
MSc Technology ManagementApply online here: MTM
Postgraduate Diploma in Innovation ManagementApply online here: DIM
Postgraduate Diploma in Technology CommercialisationApply online here: DTC
Modular Learning at Postgraduate Level (QQI L9)
Modules on a standalone basis and for continuing professional development
Apply online here: CPD

Undergraduate Courses

For application queries please contact niamh.mchugh@nuigalway.ie

CourseOnline application
Diploma in Science & Technology StudiesApply online here: DST
B.Sc in Science & Technology StudiesApply online here: BST
Specialist Diploma in Medical Device ScienceApply online here: DMD
Specialist Diploma in Lean & Quality SystemsApply online here: DLQ
Specialist Diploma in Automation & ControlApply online here: DAC
Specialist Diploma in Environmental SustainabilityNext start date September 2018
Applications will open in April 2018
Specialist Diploma in Form & Function of the Human BodyApply online here: DFF
Modular Learning at Degree Level (QQI L8)
Modules on a standalone basis and for continuing professional development
Apply online here: CPD
Modular Learning at Diploma Level (QQI L7)
Modules on a standalone basis and for continuing professional development
Apply online here: CPD

Fee Scholarships

The Centre for Adult Learning & Professional Development in NUI Galway offers a scholarship scheme for unemployed applicants which subvents up to 30% of course fees. This scheme is designed for students who have recently become unemployed or on reduced working hours. Further details are provided on the application form linked below. Applicants must be in receipt of an offer of a place on an NUI Galway Adult Learning & Professional Development course for consideration and must subsequently register with NUI Galway.

Scholarship Application Form – Unemployed Students

Springboard Funding

Courses funded by Springboard for the next academic year 2017-2018 will be announced in May 2017, up to date notification available at www.springboardcourses.ie

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